To my knowledge, not a single person in the U.S. has died of COVID due to lack of capacity of the healthcare system.
Scientists should have “stayed in their lane,” giving policymakers the information that science can provide about a potential pandemic, and left the political calculations alone.
Abraham Lincoln signed the Academy into law with Agassiz by his side.
Amidst a controversial national lockdown, economic ruin, and mounting intelligence evidence pointing to an origin in a Chinese lab, the coronavirus has reminded us of a number of things.
The increasing outsourcing of health-care policy to medical bureaucrats during the COVID-19 crisis illustrates a dangerous temptation.